Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 72
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This Year-In-Review volume comprises 8 papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2014-2015 decisions in administrative law, criminal law, employment law, labour law, the law of evidence and the law religious freedom, along with special essays by Professor Peter Hogg and other leading legal scholars and judiciary on the role of the Supreme Court in various areas of developments of national concern.
Table of contents
Gerald Heckman – Developments in Administrative Law: The 2014-2015 Term
Howard Kislowicz – Developments in Religious Freedom: What Saguenay and Loyola Tell Us – and Don't – About the Trinity Western University Law School Cases
Ian R. Smith – Developments in Substantive Criminal Law: The 2014-2015 Term
Richard Litkowski and Josh Tuttle – Developments in Criminal Law – Criminal Procedure: The 2014-2015 Term
Gillian Demeyere – Developments in Employment Law: The 2014-2015 Term – Potter v. New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission
Maureen E. Littlejohn and Steven G. Frankel – Developments in the Law of Evidence: The 2014-2015 Term
Keir J.M. Vallance – Developments in Labour Law – Freedom of Association and Labour Law at the Supreme Court: The 2014-2015 Term
Matthew Estabrooks and Guy Régimbald – Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada: The 2014–2015 Term
Peter W. Hogg and Laura Dougan – The Honour of the Crown: Reshaping Canada's Constitutional Law
The Honourable Judge Wayne Gorman – The Impact of the Supreme Court on Sentencing in Canada
Wade K. Wright – Courts as Facilitators of Intergovernmental Dialogue: Cooperative Federalism and Judicial Review
Michael Plaxton – The Caretaker Convention and Supreme Court Appointments
Brooke MacKenzie – Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia and the Supreme Court's use of the Constitution to Protect Public Access to the Courts